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Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Texas Finally Got The Message Privacy Why It Should Concern THEM!

Nothing changes in Texas but the Meaning of law

"The existence of the opinion was first disclosed last year by Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., who revealed that that at least one case was  in which the FISC had found the government conducted spying that had circumvented the law"


http://www.slate.com/blogs/future_tense/2013/06/14/eff_lawsuit_may_force_government_to_release_some_secret_info_on_unlawful.html


Nothing changes in Texas but the Meaning of law
 “Behavioral Intervention is not a matter of law; it is a matter of Ethics”


Dangerous and threatening behaviors are matter of law enforcement not a concern of Institutions of Higher Education, who obstruct justice and endanger the lives of campus community members by exploiting targeted groups or individuals to their own pecuniary ends.  

The following example is not a case of behavioral intervention by monitoring assessment groups and computer applications; it is a matter of law enforcement! 

“Incidents of aberrant, dangerous, or threatening behavior must be documented and reported immediately to a college’s threat assessment group, and must be acted upon in a prompt and effective manner to protect the safety of the campus community (NCHERM REGIONAL SEMINAR).”

*NCHERM “model elaborated in this webinar is a direct response to the Governor’s Panel Report on the Virginia Tech shootings and other panel and internal review recommendations that have been made nationally. "This model addresses the myriad concerns about students in distress and synthesizes the range of panel recommendations cohesively, while translating some of their ill-fitting outsider’s recommendations into the language and capacities of institutions of higher education."

*This means change the meaning of the existing laws to suit themselves - outsiders means public Domain (You and Me)

“Education Department Proposes New Student Privacy Rules
The U.S. Department of Education proposed new rules on student privacy today that would clarify when colleges can release student information in the interest of health and safety. The proposed changes to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 would also give greater flexibility to college administrators in making such decisions.”

* And the solution that NCHERM is proposing is for each college to put together a team to monitor the behavior of students without their knowledge which are best known as CUBIT Gangs or unqualified staff that will use any derogatory moment as a case against a disabled person asking for accommodation, or a minority student seeking answers to possible discrimination, a sexual harassment student reporting an incident for the benefit of other students and so on. Here is how you too can become a Cubit Gang member:

 “Each of the following goals and objectives will be discussed by the presenters, with helpful tips on applying them on your campus. The presenters will offer practical advice on forming a CUBIT, developing operational procedures and assuring early intervention and support for students in distress of whose behavior is concerning.”

 A good example five years later, total social isolation because University staff members and police obstructed justice:


"If someone were to look at FBI data today, it would be as though Sikhs, Arab-Americans and Hindus did not exist," Chu said.
Honorary Texas Ranger Pin
Presented To S. Cash 1965


Start Listening!

Agency News: U.S. Department of State Hosts EMPOWER Conference to Advance Disability Rights Worldwide

The U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs recently announced the first EMPOWER Conference on disability inclusive diplomacy. The EMPOWER program is a series of two-way exchanges aimed at bolstering the rights of persons with disabilities around the world. Persons with disabilities have the same rights as non-disabled persons, and must be provided access, opportunity, inclusion, and full participation on an equal basis with others.
The conference will take place on Wednesday, May 22 in the George Marshall Center, starting at 8:45am. It will include 34 disability rights advocates from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan, the Philippines, Tajikistan, and Uganda who are here for one-month fellowships in cities across the United States.
Learn more about the event and program at the following link: http://www.state.gov/r/pa/prs/ps/2013/05/209697.htm

In The Mail Box At The End Of Some Dusty Texas Dirt Road


Thank You  Office Victims of Crime Received Last Week


As Per Senator Cornyn's Request All Information
Has Been Supplied To The Office for Victims of Crime
ITVERP I Hope This Help You - It Help Me

All International Acts of Terrorism known to me reported to the FBI and ITVERP, Which I Am A Protected Witness and Victim 

**************



The Following Domestic Crimes Fall Under The Jurisdiction of the Texas Rangers regardless to any affiliation with any political in Texas, who has retaliated against me the victim

 I Await A Response To My Phone Request 05/16/2013
Update: I Got That Phone Call. Thank You Texas Rangers!

New: 1. False Claim Against Me After Requesting To Stand Before A Federal Magistrate Western District Court San Antonio (Denied Access to file criminal complaints against the State of Texas and Texas Fusion Centers in Federal Court back by a visit of a United States Marshall, who should escort me to that office to file)

New 2. Second Count of Federal Data Manipulation of a Disabled Veterans VA Records

New 3. The illegal use of force by a United States Marshall and the release of classified information by the Marshall reported to the Secret Service in confidence; the information would be held secret. The probing by the Marshall for additional information I am sworn to keep secret - The Real Reason for His Visit. I refereed him to the office of the Secret Service. I suggest you find out were he got the classified information and plug it or prosecute it.

Outstanding Domestic Valid Complaints Not Work By The Atascosa County Sheriff's Office Reported To The FBI 05/16/2013

Filed June 13 2012 Dist Atty 81st Texas,

Case Numbers 12-04270, 12-04429

Charge 1. Stalking Retaliation, Including International Stalking of a student and disabled Veteran  

Charge 2. State Sponsored Terrorism

Charge 3. State Deployment of Bio-Lethal Weapons On Texas Citizens

Charge 4. Low Altitude Border Drone Stalking Deep within the State of Texas On Texas Citizens, Done by Governor Rick Perry

Charge 6. Federal Data Manipulation, Hacking

Charge 7. stalking by deadly Force, Aerospace Domestic Surveillance

Charge 8. The delay in prosecution of the above crimes sent to the United Attorney General Office by certified mail 

Received on April 15th 2013 by the U.S. Department of Justice Civil Rights Division, 950 Pennsylvania Avenue, N. W., Office of the Assistant Attorney General, Main
Washington, D.C. 20530

These are criminal acts with threats of deadly force that fall under the Civil Rights Division. The Civil Rights Office is the Federal Law Enforcement Office responsible to prosecute these claims. No Response As Of 05/17/2013.

“Whoever intentionally obstruct the proceedings before depts., agencies, and committees, obstruct this criminal investigation and/or retaliate against me because I am a victim, you will be punished to the full extent of the applicable law in 1505 of Title 18 Obstruction of proceedings before depts., agencies & committees, 1510 Obstruction of Criminal investigations, 1513 of Title 18 Retaliating against a witness, victim or an informant, or 1514 Civil Action to restrain harassment of a victim or witness. Whoever intentionally alters, destroys, mutilates or conceals records, or documents with the intent to impair the object’s integrity or availability for use in an official proceeding will be punished to the full extent of law as defined in 1519 of Title 18”


Again, what a shame that victims have to disclose on the web just like in Mexico to get the proper attention by law enforcement placing their own lives in jeopardy!

cc: Senator John Cornyn At His Request

Gregory N. O'Dell

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